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omega xl. in east las vegas on saturday. what neighbors are saying about the deadly encounter. stand down and go home. thats what ammon bundy is telling militia members occupying a wildlife refuge in oregon. the latest in the controversial stand off between militia members and federal authorities. and the iowa caucus is tomorrow! who's in the lead and who is falling behind before the big day. good morning and good sunday. i'm abby theodros in for shannon moore. thanks for waking up with us. welcome to fox5 news this morning. before we get started - ophelia young joins us with a quick check of the forecast. the powerful storm that brought us winds saturday will now bring us a windy rainy sunday. winds will pick up again late afternoon and our high today is only 57 degrees. we expect over a third
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early monday morning. today's winds sustained at 20 mph will only get stronger as we dry up monday morning - 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. winds will die down to breezes on tuesday and we're left with daytime highs in the 40's for a couple days. wednesday we start a gradual warm up but will remain below seasonal through the week. a woman is dead
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still at large, after a shooting in east las vegas on saturday. and while police continue to search for the suspect-- fox 5s cyndi lundeberg spoke with neighbors and tells us what happened. anna briseno- me and my sister saw the lady on the floor and she was yelling for help just after 2 am saturday police responded to calls from neighbors in east las vegas... that heard a woman screaming. roger nye- they heard her hollering for help and in the interim they heard a gunshot neighbors tell me they were woken up to the sounds of a woman screaming last night when they came outside they saw her standing in the doorway this is where police later found her the family confirmed the woman killed is denise gray... gray was shot in the doorway of her home near cheyenne and las vegas boulevard. anna briseno was across the street and saw gray... and called 9-1-1. anna briseno- she was saying help me im dying anna briseno- uhh it was really scary gray was taken to the hospital where she later died. fox 5 spoke to the
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to appear on camera... norman snyder- its a shock to me and of course its disheartening that someone lost their life in this area police remained on the scene for hours collecting evidence... but still haven't found those responsible. anna briseno- im really scared terrified because we dont know what can happen now a days cyndi lundeberg fox 5 news local las vegas. anyone with information about this shooting should call police or crimestoppers. a man is in critical condition, after a fire consumes a mobile home. it happened saturday morning near carey and pecos. thats where crews battled a blaze that completly engulfed the home. north las vegas firefighters were able to control it in under twelve minutes but a man was taken to u-m-c with extreme critical injuries. however no firefighters were hurt. officials say the home is a complete loss and the cost of damage is around 100- thousand dollars. the cause of the fire has not been released. the body of a 13 year old virginia girl who was first missing on
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been found. poliec say nicole madison lovell body was found about 100 miles from her home. a frehsman from virginia tech has been arrested and charged for her murder and abduction. police say they were able to identify him, through tips on social media. a motorcycle show in denver takes a fatal turn. one person has died-- and several others are injured, after a shooting and stabbing. joe saint george reports on how it started. closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning
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the motorcycle expo has been canceled for today. police say it's
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type of violence happen in the thirty years it's been around. ammon bundy is telling miltia members still occupying a federal wildlife facility in oregon--to go home. this comes after a federal judge denied bond for him and several others earlier this week. the f-b-i released aerial footage showing a deadly traffic stop on tuesday... where militia member "lavoy finicum" was shot and killed. some occupiers say finicum had his hands up during the exchange. meanwhile police say the officers opened fire when an armed finicum reached toward his waistband. ranchers stood outside the courthouse in burns, oregon with signs reading "ambushed and assassinated". back here in the valley -- locals stood outside our federal courthouse. "our federal government killed an american citizen in broad daylight." a memorial rally took place outside the lloyd george u-s federal courthouse in honor of lavoy finicum. the group says he was an american patriot ambushed by the federal government on his way to a town
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some supporters we spoke with say the federal and state government keeps growing to where they cannot be controlled. "theyre killing people and getting away from it. we have to stand up together put aside differences race religion culture we have to stand against tyranny." the protesters encourage those who do not live in las vegas to hold their own memorial rallies outside courthouses or government offices in their community. the iowa caucus is set for tomorrow-- and the latest polls show it's almost too close to call. fox news correspondent shannon bream has more on the race to the white house. =============== =============== =============== =============== =============== =============== =============== =============== ======= "get out the caucus" may not have the same ring to it as "get out the vote" but right now.. it's a rallying cry in iowa as the clock ticks down to monday's big event. cruz: "if everyone in this room brings nine additional people to caucus on monday night, we will win the iowa caucuses. we will win the nomination and we
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november 2016, and beat hillary clinton and turn this country around." donald trump told his supporters that if they don't turn out on monday everyone will have wasted their time. he also compares the u-s to a quote "big bully" trump: "when was the last time we won? do we ever win? think of it, as a country... we're like the big bully that gets beat up all the time. do we ever win?" as the candidates burn up the asphalt... trying to squeeze out every last vote... the new york times has thrown its weight behind hillary clinton and john kasich. the newspaper is endorsing the former secretary of state on the democratic side... and the current ohio governor on the republican side. perhaps it is the perception of the new york times as a liberal paper that gave kasich pause. kasich says: "some guy outside asked me well, what do you think about it and anytime anyone wants to say anything positive about you accept it. and what the times basically said is this is a guy who knows how to solve problems." even though the obama administration has just ruled that some of the e-mails on hillary clinton's now famous private server.. were actually top secret... the former secretary of state
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of the current president:.. clinton says: "we have got to keep the progress going. we have got to support what president obama has accomplished for our country. we can't let the republicans rip it all away and that is exactly what they will do," the latest des moines-bloomberg poll shows donald trump beating ted cruz by five points...and hillary clinton beating bernie sanders by three points...... but with a margin of error of four points... that means monday night could be a nail biter for and the g-o-p in des moines shannon bream fox news. nevada's democratic caucus is less than a month away on saturday february 20-th. meanwhile the republican caucus february 23-rd. for more information, just got to our website, at fox5 vegas dot com coming up after the break-- a new study reveals an unexpected link "mothers-to-be" obese and autism. chance to sign up for health insurance
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some parts of louisiana are rallying for change --demanding better quality water. aaron cantrell gives us a look at what they're dealing with. --reporter pkg-as follows-- (nats) "there's always been a problem with the water...and it's been going on for at least 10 years." more than 24- hundred concerned americans have signed this petition... asking president obama to declare a federal emergency in st. joseph and divert federal resources to repair the town's water infrastructure. k-n-o-e was sent these images of the water quality...from local homeowners. rosine bouobde is a consultant for a local church... and she's now addressing the issue. (rosine bouobde "we've been working on this water for at least 2 years." two years....of reaching out to local officials...waiting for a change. "they haven't exactly told us why this isn't moving forward and if it's bureaucracy it's a shame." (aaron cantrell
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bouobde has documented the water over the last week, with this last one being what it looks like today even though it is still cloudy. bouobde and others in the community say it's time for a change." (nats) 10-year resident monica peri says...she's spoken out too. (monica peri "i've tried to talk to anybody i can talk to anybody i could talk to." (nats) with little response. "ehh that's the way it is." bouobe spends about 10 dollars a week on bottled water... saying it can get expensive..not just for her but the entire community. "you have to keep in mind that this is a community where the people live in 125 percent below poverty guide line and they actually have to allocate their revenue to purchase water that is truly not fair isn't it?" now fox weather 24/7 with cassandra jones the powerful storm that brought us winds saturday will now bring us a windy rainy sunday. winds will pick up again late afternoon and our high today is only 57 degrees. we expect over a third of an inch of rain by early monday morning. today's winds sustained at 20 mph will only get
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25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. winds will die down to breezes on tuesday and we're left with daytime highs in the 40's for a couple days. wednesday we start a gradual warm up but will remain below seasonal through the week. "mothers-to-be"
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obese and diabetic.. could have a higher risk of giving birth to a child with autism. in fact new research shows moms in this category are four times more likely to give birth to a baby with autism.
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pre-pregnancy diabetes, gestational diabetes --which develops during pregnancy --has also been linked to a higher risk of autism. however - scientists say more work is needed before definitive findings are made on the study. we all know that exercise is good for us but what if we told you it could also serve as a cure. that's what some doctors are saying. they're even prescribing it like they would, medication. --reporter pkg-as follows-- (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) "there's no single treatment or intervention that can have as diverse benefits as exercise" the journal of the american medical association recently published a "call to action" its authors recommend that health care professionals prescribe exercise for all patients... calling it "one of the most important prescriptions a patient could receive." (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) studies have shown that when a health care professional a doctor or nurse advises a patient to adapt a healthy lifestyle behavior that patient is more likely to adapt that behavior. the 'call to action" recommends health care professionals
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sign -- write a prescription for exercise -- and encourage record-keeping of daily activity how much daily activity is needed? hint: you don't have to run a marathon. (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) it can be as simple as walking for 30 miutes three times a week. consider all the diseases exercise can keep at bay. (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) high blood pressure, type two diabetes, obesity, stroke, depression and the list goes on... no wonder doctors are increasingly saying... exercise "is" medicine. in boston, jim morelli for c-n-n a former pastor who suffers from alzheimers in north carolina-- is hoping his beloved carolina panthers will help him beat the desease. he says he saves the team's game stats from the local paper after every game. and reads the articles over and over again--then tapes them to his bedroom door-- so that he will remember them. "about a year ago, i was diagnosed with
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a blow." "the average person who's diagnosed with alzheimer's will die in 11 years, and my determination is to slow that down." setzer says he has a whole list of things he does to keep his mind active. and looks forward to adding another article to his collection when his team wins the super bowl. the deadline to sign up for health insurance through nevada's state exchange is today. you can enroll on the nevada health link website through today. now you don't have to use the state exchange... but it's the only way to see if you qualify for a tax credit to help cover the premiums. nevadans who don't have health insurance face a minimum tax fine of 695-dollars per adult and 350 per child. hollywood's biggest stars were out in full force for the 22nd annual sag awards... we'll recap the big winners and most memorable
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the newest gerber baby has been crowned! and she's adorable. here is 7-month old isla is from troy, michigan. her photo was chosen from more than 170- thousand entries. judges say they looked for gerber-like features... like isla's dimples! isla's parents will receive 50- thousand dollars... and can decide if they want their little gerber baby to appear in any of the company's ads. "heeeeyyyy, big boy." and a hungry seal gets friendly with a group of tourists. the group was on their way back to shore... after deep sea fishing in cabo, mexico. that's when the seal swims up behind the boat, jumps up on the back of it and even poses for a selfie. definitely earning the seal a couple of fish. getting the perfect selfie can sometimes take a few tries... just ask this curiosity mars rover. nasa just released this photo of the space-roaming
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combining 57 different selfies to get the perfect shot. nasa says in addition to snapping selfies... the rover examines sand... collects particles... and even sings happy birthday to itself once a year. the internet is going crazy for this 7-year-old's dance moves. "music" john phillip from the philippines is dancing to justin bieber's "sorry". the video is a mega hit on facebook. and john has already been a guest on 'ellen' twice... but this is his most successful video yet. it's been viewed more than 4 million times in less than 24 hours! the screen actors guild awards, all about diversity this year. a stark contrast to the controversy surrounding this years oscars nominees. david daniel looks at the night's biggest winners and moments. --reporter pkg-as follows-- "ladies and gentlemen, welcome to diverse tv." the 22nd annual sag awards turned into a show of strength for diversity in hollywood. queen
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movie "bessie"... "and i hope that anyone out there who does not come in the package that people say you should: keep fighting for it." for the second straight year, "orange is the new black" doubled down: uzo aduba repeated as best female actor in a comedy... "a show that reflects and represents so many people." ...and the show triumphed again as best comedy series. "look at this stage -- i mean, this is what we talk about when we talk about diversity." (nat- cheer) idris elba pulled off a double of his own, winning a t-v award for "luther" and a film award for "beasts of no nation." "we made a film about real people, and real lives, you know?" jeffrey tambor won for playing a transgender woman in "transparent," and alicia vikander (uh-lih-see-uh vih- can-der) won for playing the wife of a trans woman in "the danish girl." even the night's lifetime achievement honoree, the legendary carol burnett, recalled being told, early in her career... "no, no, no, no -- look: all the comedy variety shows are hosted by men. comedy variety is a man's game." (shakes head
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as for those looking for oscar indicators, "the revenant" star leonardo dicaprio and brie (bree) larson from "room" took top film acting honors... and the night's big award, best film ensemble, went to "spotlight," about journalists revealing sexual abuse by catholic priests. "this is really for the disinfranchised everywhere. this is for every flint, michigan in the world... this is for the powerless..." a fitting end to a night that showed hollywood's ability to reach and represent people through its diversity. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. clydesdale horses here in the valley... why the famous horses shut down las vegas boulevard and what they were here to celebrate. the best players in the nfl come together in hawaii... and a groundhog looks for its shadow... those stories and more are coming up in the week ahead...
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a senseless tragedy leaves a 22 month old boy dead. the latest on the search for his killer. 3 fugitives are captured after a week long man hunt! what tipped off police, and led them to their arrest. the runnin rebels hit the court against san diego state.. how the team did...and reaction
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good morning. welcome back to fox five news this morning i'm abby theodros in for shannon moore. thanks for starting your morning with us. we have plenty of local news for you but before that here's a look at your forecast with ophelia young. the powerful storm that brought us winds saturday will now bring us a windy rainy sunday. winds will pick up again late afternoon and our high today is only 57 degrees. we expect over a third of an inch of rain by early monday morning. today's winds sustained at 20 mph will only get stronger as we dry up monday morning - 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. winds will die down to breezes on tuesday and we're left with daytime highs in the 40's for a couple days. wednesday we start a gradual warm up but will remain below
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remembering the life of a loved one gone too soon. thats what family and friends of "jenio eugenio" did this weekend. dozens gathered to remember her at a vigil adorned with a memorial of flowers and candles and messages like "rest in peace." police say she died in a crash near rainbow and spring mountain wednesday morning. the driver who was identified as 33-year-old victor sandoval was trying to flee from police...after officers found him passed out in his car. police say he slammed into patrol cars ... and ran a number of red lights--before slamming into the victim's vehicle. both cars flipped-- and landed in the parking lot of a gas station. the woman died at the scene and sandoval was taken to u-m-c with life- threatening injuries.
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was driving under the influence. in other news - metro police are asking for your help finding a 90- year-old man who has been missing since friday night. george kimura was last seen near tropicana and decatur -- wearing a red and blue checkered shirt... beige vest... and beige pants. police say he has dementia... and may be in need of medical attention. kimura was driving a 2013 gray nissan juke with nevada license plates. anyone with information should call metro police's "missing persons detail." the intense manhunt for 3 inmates who escaped from a california prison last week--is over. police arrested two of the remaining fugitives in san francisco on saturday just a day after one of them turned himself in. fox news correspondent will carr has more on the latest arrest. authorities say the state of california can breathe a sigh of relief this weekend.. after 3 dangerous jail escapees have all now been taken
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for the past week they've been asking for the public's help, turns out it paid off. on saturday morning a woman pointed out a white van to officers patrolling the park district in san francisco. she told the officers that it looked like the van on the news. officers realized that was the stolen van that had been linked to hossein nayeri and jonathan tieu. according the orange county sherriff, officers approached the van. nayeri ran.. he was chased down and then placed into handcuffs. jonathan tieu was found inside of the van. nobody was hurt during the capture, both men were believed to be armed and dangerous. authorities say they found 3 80 ammunition rounds in the van, but did not find a gun to go with them. there has really been a lot of momentum leading up to the capture on saturday. on thursday, authorities arrested a woman who taught english in the orange county men's jail, where all three men broke out of. she admitted she provided nayeri with google map images of the jail. she now faces charges related to the escape and is set to appear in court on monday. on friday the third escapee, bac duong
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santa ana, about a half an hour from los angeles. he was cooperating with authorities when the other two were spotted by that citizen in san francisco. when asked if the woman would get the $200,000 reward, the orange county sheriff said she certainly deserves some of that money. in los angeles will carr, fox news.. a 22-month old toddler is killed in florida-- shot several times in a gang related drive-by shooting. officials say they boy was in a car near a sports arena when gun shots were heard. he was struck three times. the boy was rushed to the hospital, but didnt make it. "a 22 month old baby boy, shot multiple times. the senselessness of it" a white car was seen speeding away from the scene. the community, now outraged over the senseless death of the child. a twenty thousand dollar reward is being offered for any information leading to the arrest of the person responsible. the war of words between russia
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escalating russia's defense ministry says it did not violate turkish airspace on friday- and is calling turkey's claim "unsubstantiated propaganda." the president of turkey now warning moscow that if it's jets continue to violate turkish airspace-- it will be forced to "endure the consequences". a cross border raid between mexico and the u-s leads to the arrest of more than two dozen sineloa cartel members. it happened at the arizona, mexico border on friday. hundreds of pounds of drugs, and a number of assault-type weapons were also seized. the organization is led by 'el chapo' joaquin guzman. and is notorious for smggling drugs, weapons and millions of dollars into mexico. the suspects are currently in the custody of the mexican government. but the u.s. is expected to extraded them to face charges here as well. no need to wait until the super bowl to watch some of the league's biggest
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has that story and more in "the week ahead." before you say bye to another n-f-l season... say "aloha" to the league's best players in this year's pro bowl! playing in hawaii...two teams made up of top players from both the league's conferences take the field one last time before the 2015 season comes to its official end. tuesday- we get a visit from everyone's favorite weather man...it's groundhog day. punxutawney phil will once again emerge from his burrow to let us all know if we'll soon be enjoying the springtime... or if six more weeks of winter await us. thursday- around the globe ...we commemorate world cancer day. this years theme- "we can. i can." founded by the international union against cancer...the help find solutions fight against the deadly disease. also thursday- president obama hosts colombian president juan the white house. seven weeks before
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agreement between the country's government and the f-a-r-c rebel group. the two leaders will discuss the pending negotiations as well as commemorate "plan colombia"... the joint effort between the two countries is designed to create a safer future for colombians. and friday- it's national wear red day... a campaign started by the american heart association to raise awareness about heart disease in women. it's the number one killer of women...causing the death of one in every three each year. and that's a look at the week ahead, jackie ibanez, fox news. it was u-f-c 'fight night' here on fox five. four fights, rounded out by a couple of heavyweight matches. the first fight of the main card featured 19-year- old sage northcutt vs. bryan barbarena . barbarena defeated northcutt by submission in the second round. the second--saw uri alcantara facing off against jimmie rivera. rivera -- won by unanimous decision. the third fight of the night-- featured heavyweights josh barnett and ben
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that one by submission. and the main event -- featured light heavyweights anthony johnson and ryan bader. johnson knocks out bader in the first round -- putting him on the u-f-c's "all time knock out list." and on to local sports news - the runnin' rebels is on a winning streak. the team won four of their last five games under interim head coach todd simon. on saturday--they faced one of their toughest match- ups against san diego state at the thomas and mack. the atzecs were undefeated in conference play, coming into it while the runnin' rebels were hoping to change that. after a long fought battle- san diego state took home the win. kevin bolinger was at the thomas and mack for the big game and brings us reaction. closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly
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billion dollars... that's how much a proposed stadium in the valley
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we're also learning how much of that cost, the sands corporation wants to come from public funding. the review journal- owned by sheldon adelson- is reporting developers would look for 780- million dollars in public financing. the sands is going to present a proposal to southern nevada tourism infrastructure committee... and ask for hotel room taxes that go to l-v-c-v-a to be diverted to the project. it wants to build the n-f-l stadium on 42 acres of unlv land... in a public-private partnership. sands says the stadium would only help tourism grow. adelson met with the owner of the oakland raiders on friday to discuss the possibly of bringing the team to las vegas. a super bowl favorite, debuts in las vegas. "horses trotting with paris in background" the "budweiser clydesdales" trotted down las vegas boulevard saturday. all to celebrate the grand opening of the "beer park"
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commissioners also presented an official proclamation declaring it "budweiser beer park day" on the strip. the highly- anticipated venue is the first rooftop bar and grill just in time for the big game. it will have outdoor grills... picnic tables... and hundreds of beer selections. and before you watch the big game, be sure to stop by our take five to care event. fox five and our take five to care partners are teaming up with goodie two shoes for the big game ten-k run festival! choose your distance and run or walk with us sunday morning february seventh in downtown las vegas. registration includes entrance to health expos... a tailgate... and a big game viewing party. to register -- visit fox five vegas dot com and click on take five to care. it was one crazy race! the extreme marathon that took runners all around the world in just 7 days. snow in summerlin! the event that made it possible. despite 70 degree
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welcome back and some youth in the valley are stepping up in a big way to help homeless teens. it's part of the "unstoppable" workshop hosted by james cannon at revolution church. james is the
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hosts america's got talent. kids are taught how to become writers.. producers..and directors. but the big lesson the kids learn is how to make an impact in their community by caring for others. "the desire of james cannon is to be able to develop young people to be responsible community people. be responsible for wellfare of others. also give them an education and to develop in them sense of community involvement." organizers say this event is about the community coming together to end homelessness. they believe that with mayor carolyn goodwin's "faith initiative" their program can reach many people. if you're looking for a job and have experience in education - coral academy of science is looking to fill 75 positions for its new campuses. while the first of three hiring events was held on saturday.. they're hosting two more in the coming weeks. the academy is opening campuses in the centennial hills area and nellis air force base for the 20-16 and 20-17 school year.
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qualified outstanding teachers, passionate about what theyre doing and want to work for an outstanding school." "we're looking for an applicant that is passionate about kids and doing to support every kid wherever they're at from front office all to administrative gotta care about kids thats gotta be number one." the next hiring event is february 20th... and the last one is in april. both will be hosted at "sandy ridge campus" from ten am to three pm. jobseekers should bring resumes... transcripts...and credentials. now fox weather 24/7 with ophelia young the powerful storm that brought us winds saturday will now bring us a windy rainy sunday. winds will pick up again late afternoon and our high today is only 57 degrees. we expect over a third of an inch of rain by early monday morning. today's winds sustained at 20 mph will only get stronger as we dry up monday morning - 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. winds will die down to breezes on tuesday
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daytime highs in the 40's for a couple days. wednesday we start a gradual warm up but will remain below seasonal through the week.
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temperatures were no match for summerlin's annual "snow day" more than fifty tons of cocktail ice were grounded into the snow at "the arbors tennis and play park" for the family friendly event. the yearly ocassion attracts hundreds of people - many took turns sledding on the hill. "everybody out here having a good time. its beautiful day so were thorougly glad we came." "we lived in vegas number of years and it never had community feel but i feel like moving to summerline gave us community. its been a lot of fun. glad they do activities like this." "snow day" is one of more than a dozen events planned for those living in summerlin
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council. a group of long- distance runners travel around the world for the ultimate race. 7 marathons on 7 continents over the course of 7 days... 15 athletes ran the marathons back-to-back. their only time to rest was while they were flying to the next continent. the runners began their journey in antartica... where temperatures were below zero. mos says: "i'm so excited. finally, this moment has come. this is the peak moment of my life." participating runners also flew to chile, miami, spain, morocco, dubai and sydney- australia... running 26-point-2 miles in each country. celebrations for 'carnival' are already underway in rio de janeiro. more than 500 parties took place on the streets of brazil saturday... pretty much turning the city of rio into one giant party. people dressed up, danced and the street all leading up to the 5-day main event.
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officially begins this friday. an unusual event. people in a small colorado town of colorodo share their love of cake. give it to me i'm worth it baby i'm worth it uh huh i'm worth it gimme gimme i'm worth it give it to me i'm worth it
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in las vegas isn't very hard... but not all cities have it as easy as we do. "here in manitou, we like to celebrate our silly so we thought what the heck, let's have a fruitcake toss." fruitcakes were flying in manitou, colorado... when the city held their annual fruitcake festival saturday. it's been a tradition in the small town for more than 20 years. the event includes a fruitcake toss, bake-off and relay race. there's even a costume portion where -- yes -- people come dressed as fruitcakes. there's much more ahead on fox5 news this morning. coming up... honoring the donald. how fans of the
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in east las vegas saturday morning. what her family is saying about the deadly encounter. stand down and go home. thats what ammon bundy is telling militia members occupying a wildlife refuge in oregon-- to do. the latest in the controversial stand off. and the iowa caucus is tomorrow! who's in the lead and who is falling behind before the big day. good morning and good sunday. i'm abby theodros in for shannon moore. thanks for waking up with us. welcome to fox5 news this morning. before we get started - ophelia young joins us with a quick check of the forecast. the powerful storm that brought us winds saturday will now bring us a windy rainy sunday. winds will pick up again late afternoon and our
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expect over a third of an inch of rain by early monday morning. today's winds sustained at 20 mph will only get stronger as we dry up monday morning - 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. winds will die down to breezes on tuesday and we're left with daytime highs in the 40's for a couple days. wednesday we start a gradual warm up but will remain below seasonal through the week. a woman is dead and her killer is still at large, after a shooting and her killer is still at large,
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in east las vegas on saturday. and while police continue to search for the suspect-- fox 5s cyndi lundeberg spoke with neighbors and tells us what happened. anna briseno- me and my sister saw the lady on the floor and she was yelling for help just after 2 am saturday police responded to calls from neighbors in east las vegas... that heard a woman screaming. roger nye- they heard her hollering for help and in the interim they heard a gunshot neighbors tell me they were woken up to the sounds of a woman screaming last night when they came outside they saw her standing in the doorway this is where police later found her the family confirmed the woman killed is denise gray... gray was shot in the doorway of her home near cheyenne and las vegas boulevard. anna briseno was across the street and saw gray... and called 9-1-1. anna briseno- she was saying help me im dying anna briseno- uhh it was really scary gray was taken to the hospital where she later died. fox 5 spoke to the family of gray but they didn't want
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norman snyder- its a shock to me and of course its disheartening that someone lost their life in this area police remained on the scene for hours collecting evidence... but still haven't found those responsible. anna briseno- im really scared terrified because we dont know what can happen now a days cyndi lundeberg fox 5 news local las vegas. anyone with information about this shooting should call police or crimestoppers. a man is in critical condition, after a fire consumes a mobile home. it happened saturday morning near carey and pecos. thats where crews battled a blaze that completly engulfed the home. north las vegas firefighters were able to control it in under twelve minutes but a man was taken to u-m-c with extreme critical injuries. however no firefighters were hurt. officials say the home is a complete loss and the cost of damage is around 100- thousand dollars. the cause of the fire has not been released. a 13 year old virginia girl who's been missing since wednesday, has been found dead. nicole madison
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wednesday night. police say her body was found about 100 miles from her home. a frehsman from virginia tech has been arrested and charged for murder and abduction. police say they were able to identify him, through tips on social media. a motorcycle show in denver takes a fatal turn. one person has died-- and several others are injured, after a shooting and stabbing. joe saint george reports on how it started. closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly the motorcycle expo has been canceled for today. police say it's never had this type of violence happen in the thirty years it's been around. ammon bundy is telling miltia members still occupying a federal wildlife facility in oregon--to go home. this comes after a federal judge denied bond for him and several others earlier
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the f-b-i released expo has been canceled for today. police say it's never had this type of violence happen in the thirty years it's been around. ammon bundy is
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occupying a federal wildlife facility in oregon--to go home. this comes after a federal judge denied bond for him and several others earlier this week. the f-b-i released aerial footage showing a deadly traffic stop on tuesday... where militia member "lavoy finicum" was shot and killed. some occupiers say finicum had his hands up during the exchange. meanwhile police say the officers opened fire when an armed finicum reached toward his waistband. ranchers stood outside the courthouse in burns, oregon with signs reading "ambushed and assassinated". back here in the valley -- locals stood outside our federal courthouse. "our federal government killed an american citizen in broad daylight." a memorial rally took place outside the lloyd george u-s federal courthouse in honor of lavoy finicum. the group says he was an american patriot ambushed by the federal government on his way to a town hall meeting. some supporters we spoke with say the federal and state government keeps growing to
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controlled. "theyre killing people and getting away from it. we have to stand up together put aside differences race religion culture we have to stand against tyranny." the protesters encourage those who do not live in las vegas to hold their own memorial rallies outside courthouses or government offices in their community. the iowa caucus is set for tomorrow-- and the latest polls show it's almost too close to call. fox news correspondent shannon bream has more on the race to the white house. "get out the caucus" may not have the same ring to it as "get out the vote" but right now.. it's a rallying cry in iowa as the clock ticks down to monday's big event. cruz: "if everyone in this room brings nine additional people to caucus on monday night, we will win the iowa caucuses. we will win the nomination and we will go on to win in november 2016, and
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country around." donald trump told his supporters that if they don't turn out on monday everyone will have wasted their time. he also compares the u-s to a quote "big bully" trump: "when was the last time we won? do we ever win? think of it, as a country... we're like the big bully that gets beat up all the time. do we ever win?" as the candidates burn up the asphalt... trying to squeeze out every last vote... the new york times has thrown its weight behind hillary clinton and john kasich. the newspaper is endorsing the former secretary of state on the democratic side... and the current ohio governor on the republican side. perhaps it is the perception of the new york times as a liberal paper that gave kasich pause. kasich says: "some guy outside asked me well, what do you think about it and anytime anyone wants to say anything positive about you accept it. and what the times basically said is this is a guy who knows how to solve problems." even though the obama administration has just ruled that some of the e-mails on hillary clinton's now famous private server.. were actually top secret... the former secretary of state is still trying to ride the coat tails of the current president:.. clinton says: "we have got to keep the
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support what president obama has accomplished for our country. we can't let the republicans rip it all away and that is exactly what they will do," the latest des moines-bloomberg poll shows donald trump beating ted cruz by five points...and hillary clinton beating bernie sanders by three points...... but with a margin of error of four points... that means monday night could be a nail biter for both the democrats and the g-o-p in des moines shannon bream fox news. nevada's democratic caucus is less than a month away on saturday february 20-th. meanwhile the republican caucus is tuesday february 23-rd. for more information, just got to our website, at fox5 vegas dot com coming up after the break-- a new study reveals an unexpected link between "mothers-to-be" who are both obese and diabetic.. and autism. plus - its your last chance to sign up for health insurance through nevada's state exchange.what
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people living in
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louisiana are rallying for change. they're demanding better quality water. aaron cantrell gives us a look at what they're dealing with. --reporter pkg-as follows-- (nats) "there's always been a problem with the water...and it's been going on for at least 10 years." more than 24- hundred concerned americans have signed this petition... asking president obama to declare a federal emergency in st. joseph and divert federal resources to repair the town's water infrastructure. k-n-o-e was sent these images of the water quality...from local homeowners. rosine bouobde is a consultant for a local church... and she's now addressing the issue. (rosine bouobde "we've been working on this water for at least 2 years." two years....of reaching out to local officials...waiting for a change. "they haven't exactly told us why this isn't moving forward and if it's bureaucracy it's a shame." (aaron cantrell "as you can see bouobde has documented the water over the last week, with this last
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even though it is still cloudy. bouobde and others in the community say it's time for a change." (nats) 10-year resident monica peri says...she's spoken out too. (monica peri "i've tried to talk to anybody i can talk to anybody i could talk to." (nats) with little response. "ehh that's the way it is." bouobe spends about 10 dollars a week on bottled water... saying it can get expensive..not just for her but the entire community. "you have to keep in mind that this is a community where the people live in 125 percent below poverty guide line and they actually have to allocate their revenue to purchase water that is truly not fair isn't it?" now fox weather 24/7 with cassandra jones the powerful storm that brought us winds saturday will now bring us a windy rainy sunday. winds will pick up again late afternoon and our
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57 degrees. we expect over a third of an inch of rain by early monday morning. today's winds sustained at 20 mph will only get stronger as we dry up monday morning - 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. winds will die down to breezes on tuesday and we're left with daytime highs in the 40's for a couple days. wednesday we start a gradual warm up but will remain below seasonal through the week. "mothers-to-be" who are both obese and diabetic..
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"mothers-to-be" who are both obese and diabetic.. could have a higher risk of giving birth to a child with autism. in fact new research shows moms in this category are four times more likely. in addition to pre-pregnancy diabetes, gestational diabetes --which develops during pregnancy --has also been linked to a higher risk of autism. we all know that exercise is good for us but what if we told you it could also serve as a cure. that's what some doctors are saying. they're even prescribing it like they would, medication. --reporter pkg-as follows-- (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) "there's no single treatment or intervention that can have as diverse benefits as exercise" the journal of the american medical association recently published a "call to action" its authors recommend that health care professionals prescribe exercise for all patients... calling it "one of
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prescriptions a patient could receive." (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) studies have shown that when a health care professional a doctor or nurse advises a patient to adapt a healthy lifestyle behavior that patient is more likely to adapt that behavior. the 'call to action" recommends health care professionals -- treat physical activity as a vital sign -- write a prescription for exercise -- and encourage record-keeping of daily activity how much daily activity is needed? hint: you don't have to run a marathon. (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) it can be as simple as walking for 30 miutes three times a week. consider all the diseases exercise can keep at bay. (lipi roy, md. mph/massachusetts general hospital) high blood pressure, type two diabetes, obesity, stroke, depression and the list goes on... no wonder doctors are increasingly saying... exercise "is" medicine. in boston, jim morelli for c-n-n a former pastor who suffers from
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is hoping his beloved carolina panthers will help him beat the desease. he says he saves the team's game stats from the local paper after every game. and reads the articles over and over again--then tapes them to his bedroom door-- so that he will remember them. "about a year ago, i was diagnosed with mild alzheimer's and of course that was a blow." "the average person who's diagnosed with alzheimer's will die in 11 years, and my determination is to slow that down." setzer says he has a whole list of things he does to active. forward to adding another article to his collection when super bowl. the deadline to sign up for health insurance through nevada's state exchange is today. the nevada health now you don't have to use the state exchange... but it's the only way to see if you qualify for a tax
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cover the premiums. nevadans who don't have health insurance face a minimum tax fine of 695-dollars per adult and 350 per child. hollywood's biggest stars were out in full force for the 22nd annual sag awards... we'll recap the big winners and most memorable moments... move over kim-k... this little guy is destined to break the internet... see his killer dance moves going viral, when we
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his morning. the newest gerber baby has been crowned! and she's adorable. here is 7-month old isla is from troy, michigan. her photo was chosen from more than 170- thousand entries. judges say they looked for gerber-like features... like isla's dimples! isla's parents will receive 50- thousand dollars... and can decide if they want their little gerber baby to appear in any of the company's ads. "heeeeyyyy, big boy." and a hungry seal gets friendly with a group of tourists. the group was on their way back to shore... after deep sea fishing in cabo, mexico. that's when the seal swims up behind the boat, jumps up on the back of it and even poses for a selfie. definitely earning the seal a couple of fish.
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can sometimes take a few tries... just ask this curiosity mars rover. nasa just released this photo of the space-roaming vehicle... combining 57 different selfies to get the perfect shot. nasa says in addition to snapping selfies... the rover examines sand... collects particles... and even sings happy birthday to itself once a year. the internet is going crazy for this 7-year-old's dance moves. "music" john phillip from the philippines is dancing to justin bieber's "sorry". the video is a mega hit on facebook. and john has already been a guest on 'ellen' twice... but this is his most successful video yet. it's been viewed more than 4 million times in less than 24 hours! the screen actors guild awards, all about diversity this year. a stark contrast to the controversy surrounding this years oscars nominees. david daniel looks
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and moments. --reporter pkg-as follows-- "ladies and gentlemen, welcome to diverse tv." the 22nd annual sag awards turned into a show of strength for diversity in hollywood. queen latifah was honored for the t-v movie "bessie"... "and i hope that anyone out there who does not come in the package that people say you should: keep fighting for it." for the second straight year, "orange is the new black" doubled down: uzo aduba repeated as best female actor in a comedy... "a show that reflects and represents so many people." ...and the show triumphed again as best comedy series. "look at this stage -- i mean, this is what we talk about when we talk about diversity." (nat- cheer) idris elba pulled off a double of his own, winning a t-v award for "luther" and a film award for "beasts of no nation." "we made a film about real people, and real lives, you know?" jeffrey tambor won for playing a transgender woman in "transparent," and alicia vikander (uh-lih-see-uh vih- can-der) won for
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"the danish girl." even the night's lifetime achievement honoree, the legendary carol burnett, recalled being told, early in her career... "no, no, no, no -- look: all the comedy variety shows are hosted by men. comedy variety is a man's game." (shakes head no) as for those looking for oscar indicators, "the revenant" star leonardo dicaprio and brie (bree) larson from "room" took top film acting honors... and the night's big award, best film ensemble, went to "spotlight," about journalists revealing sexual abuse by catholic priests. "this is really for the disinfranchised everywhere. this is for every flint, michigan in the world... this is for the powerless..." a fitting end to a night that showed hollywood's ability to reach and represent people through its diversity. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. hollywood trailblazer carol burnett steals the show at the sag awards. and on the red carpet! she walked the red carpet in comfy, bedroom slippers. it's all about
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we hear you, carol! she looked great anyway! also happening this weekend... the 66th annual american cinema editors awards. the a-c-e ceremony honors the talent behind the scenes... recognizing the best editors in both film and television with an "eddie" award. but similar to the oscar controversy... the mainly-male nominations had some questioning diversity. martin says: "i can't predict the future but the talent is there so, you know, we've had many female studio heads. " 'mad max'... 'the big short'... and animated feature 'inside out' were some of the night's big winners. netflix is officially confirming a revival of the series "gilmore girls." the streaming service will bring back the show starring mother- daughter combo lauren graham and alexis bledel. cast members scott patterson... sean gunn... and kelly bishop will all be returning. the popular show ran on "the w-b" and "c-w" from 2000 to 2007. netflix has not said when "gilmore girls" will premier
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clydesdale horses here in the valley... why the famous horses shut down las vegas boulevard and what they were here to celebrate. the best players in the nfl come together in hawaii... and a groundhog looks for its shadow... those stories and more are coming up in the week ahead... we'll be right
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dead. the latest on the search for his killer. 3 fugitives are captured after a hunt! police, and led them to their arrest. the runnin rebels hit the court against san diego state.. how the team from the game. good morning. welcome back to fox five news this morning i'm abby theodros in for shannon moore. thanks for starting your morning with us. we have plenty of local news for you but before that here's a look at your forecast with ophelia young. the powerful storm that brought us winds saturday will now bring us a windy rainy sunday. winds will pick up again late afternoon and our high today is only 57 degrees. we expect over a third of an inch of rain by
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morning. today's winds sustained at 20 mph will only get stronger as we dry up monday morning - 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. winds will die down to breezes on tuesday and we're left with daytime highs in the 40's for a couple days. wednesday we start a gradual warm up but will remain below seasonal through the week.
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life of a loved one gone too soon. thats what family and friends of "jenio eugenio" did this weekend. dozens gathered to remember her at a vigil adorned with a memorial of flowers and candles and messages like "rest in peace." police say she died in a crash near rainbow and spring mountain wednesday morning. the driver who was identified as 33-year-old victor sandoval was trying to flee from police...after officers found him passed out in his car. police say he slammed into patrol cars ... and ran a number of red lights--before slamming into the victim's vehicle. both cars flipped-- and landed in the parking lot of a gas station. the woman died at the scene and sandoval was taken to u-m-c with life- threatening injuries. police believe he was driving under the influence. in other news - metro police are asking for your help finding a 90- year-old man who has been missing since friday night. george kimura
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and decatur -- wearing a red and blue checkered shirt... beige vest... and beige pants. police say he has dementia... and may be in need of medical attention. kimura was driving a 2013 gray nissan juke with nevada license plates. anyone with information should call metro police's "missing persons detail." the intense manhunt for 3 inmates who escaped from a california prison last week--is over. police arrested two of the remaining fugitives in san francisco on saturday just a day after one of them turned himself in. fox news correspondent will carr has more on the latest arrest. authorities say the state of california can breathe a sigh of relief this weekend.. after 3 dangerous jail escapees have all now been taken into custody. for the past week they've been asking for the public's help, turns out it paid off. on saturday morning a woman pointed out a white van to officers patrolling the park district in san francisco. she told the officers that it looked like the van on the news. officers realized that was the stolen van that had been linked to hossein nayeri and jonathan tieu. according the orange county sherriff, officers approached the van.
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down and then placed into handcuffs. jonathan tieu was found inside of the van. nobody was hurt during the capture, both men were believed to be armed and dangerous. authorities say they found 3 80 ammunition rounds in the van, but did not find a gun to go with them. there has really been a lot of momentum leading up to the capture on saturday. on thursday, authorities arrested a woman who taught english in the orange county men's jail, where all three men broke out of. she admitted she provided nayeri with google map images of the jail. she now faces charges related to the escape and is set to appear in court on monday. on friday the third escapee, bac duong turned himself in in santa ana, about a half an hour from los angeles. he was cooperating with authorities when the other two were spotted by that citizen in san francisco. when asked if the woman would get the $200,000 reward, the orange county sheriff said she certainly deserves some of that money. in los angeles will
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a 22-month old toddler is killed in florida-- shot several times in a gang related drive-by shooting. officials say they boy was in a car near a sports arena when gun shots were heard. he was struck three times. the boy was rushed to the hospital, but didnt make it. "a 22 month old baby boy, shot multiple times. the senselessness of it" a white car was seen speeding away from the scene. the community, now outraged over the senseless death of the child. a twenty thousand dollar reward is being offered for any information leading to the arrest of the person responsible. the war of words between russia and turkey is escalating russia's defense ministry says it did not violate turkish airspace on friday- and is calling turkey's claim "unsubstantiated propaganda." the president of turkey now
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that if it's jets continue to violate turkish airspace-- it will be forced to "endure the consequences". a cross border raid between mexico and the u-s leads to the arrest of more than two dozen sineloa cartel members. it happened at the arizona, mexico border on friday. hundreds of pounds of drugs, and a number of assault-type weapons were also seized. the organization is led by 'el chapo' joaquin guzman. and is notorious for smggling drugs, weapons and millions of dollars into mexico. the suspects are currently in the custody of the mexican government. but the u.s. is expected to extraded them to face charges here as well. no need to wait until the super bowl to watch some of the league's biggest stars... fox's jackie ibanez has that story and more in "the week ahead." before you say bye to another n-f-l season... say "aloha" to the league's best players in this year's pro bowl! playing in hawaii...two teams made up of top
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conferences take the field one last time before the 2015 season comes to its official end. tuesday- we get a visit from everyone's favorite weather man...it's punxutawney phil will once again emerge from his all know if we'll soon be enjoying the springtime... or thursday- around the globe ...we commemorate this years theme- "we can. i can." founded by the international union against cancer...the day was created to help find solutions and unite in the fight against the deadly disease. also thursday- president obama hosts colombian president juan manuel santos at the white house. santos comes just seven weeks before what could be a historic peace agreement between the country's government and the f-a-r-c rebel group. the two leaders will discuss the pending negotiations as well as commemorate "plan colombia"... the joint effort between the two countries is designed to create a safer future for colombians. and friday- it's national wear
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a campaign started by the american heart association to raise awareness about heart disease in women. it's the number one killer of women...causing the death of one in every three each year. and that's a look at the week ahead, jackie ibanez, fox news. it was u-f-c 'fight night' here on fox five. four fights, rounded out by a couple of heavyweight matches. the first fight of the main card featured 19-year- old sage northcutt vs. bryan barbarena . barbarena defeated northcutt by submission in the second round. the second--saw uri alcantara facing off against jimmie rivera. rivera -- won by unanimous decision. the third fight of the night-- featured heavyweights josh barnett and ben rothwell. rothwell won that one by submission. and the main event -- featured light heavyweights anthony johnson and ryan bader.
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out bader in the first round -- putting him on the u-f-c's "all time knock out list." and on to local sports news - the runnin' rebels faced one of their toughest match- ups at the thomas and mack on saturday. they faced off against san diego state . after a long fought battle- san diego state took home the win. kevin bolinger was at the thomas and mack, he brings us reaction from the team. closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly closed captioning will resume shortly one-point-two billion dollars...
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one-point-two billion dollars... that's how much a proposed stadium in the valley could cost. we're also learning how much of that cost, the sands corporation wants to come from public funding. the review journal- owned by sheldon adelson- is reporting developers would look for 780- million dollars in public financing. the sands is going to present a proposal to southern nevada tourism infrastructure committee... and ask for hotel room taxes that go to l-v-c-v-a to be diverted to the
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it wants to build the n-f-l stadium on 42 acres of unlv land... in a public-private partnership. sands says the stadium would only help tourism grow. adelson met with the owner of the oakland raiders on friday to discuss the possibly of bringing the team to las vegas. a super bowl favorite, debuts in las vegas. "horses trotting with paris in background" the "budweiser clydesdales" trotted down las vegas boulevard saturday. all to celebrate the grand opening of the "beer park" at paris las vegas. clark county commissioners also presented an official proclamation declaring it "budweiser beer park day" on the strip. the highly- anticipated venue is the first rooftop bar and grill just in time for the big game. it will have outdoor grills... picnic tables... and hundreds of beer selections. and before you watch the game, be sure to stop by our take five to care event.
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take five to care partners are teaming up with goodie two shoes for the big game ten-k run festival! choose your distance and run or walk with us sunday morning february seventh in downtown las vegas. registration includes entrance to health expos... a tailgate... and a big game viewing party. to register -- visit fox five vegas dot com and click on take five to care. it was one crazy race! the extreme marathon that took runners all around the world in just 7 days. snow in summerlin! the event that made it possible. despite 70 degree temperatures.
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thanks for you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
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valley are stepping up in a big way to help homeless teens. it's part of the "unstoppable" workshop hosted by james cannon at revolution church. james is the father of nick cannon- who hosts america's got talent. kids are taught how to become writers.. producers..and directors. but the big lesson the kids learn is how to make an impact in their community by caring for others. "the desire of james cannon is to be able to develop young people to be responsible community people. be responsible for wellfare of others. also give them an education and to develop in them sense of community involvement." organizers say this event is about the community
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homelessness. they believe that with mayor carolyn goodwin's "faith initiative" their program can reach many people. if you're looking for a job and have experience in education - coral academy of science is looking to fill 75 positions for its new campuses. while the first of three hiring events was held on saturday.. they're hosting two more in the coming weeks. the academy is opening campuses in the centennial hills area and nellis air force base for the 20-16 and 20-17 school year. "we're looking for qualified outstanding teachers, passionate about what theyre doing and want to work for an outstanding school." "we're looking for an applicant that is passionate about kids and doing to support every kid wherever they're at from front office all to administrative gotta care about kids thats gotta be number one." the next hiring event is february 20th... and the last one is in april. both will be hosted at "sandy ridge campus" from ten am to three pm. jobseekers should bring resumes...
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credentials. now fox weather 24/7 with ophelia young the powerful storm that brought us winds saturday will now bring us a windy rainy sunday. winds will pick up again late afternoon and our high today is only 57 degrees. we expect over a third of an inch of rain by early monday morning. today's winds sustained at 20 mph will only get stronger as we dry up monday morning - 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph. winds will die down to breezes on tuesday and we're left with daytime highs in the 40's for a couple days. wednesday we start a gradual warm up but will remain below seasonal through the week.
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temperatures were no match for summerlin's
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more than fifty tons of cocktail ice were grounded into the snow at "the arbors tennis and play park" for the family friendly event. the yearly ocassion attracts hundreds of people - many took turns sledding on the hill. "snow day" is one of more than a dozen events planned for those living in summerlin and is organized by the summerlin council. a group long- distance runners travel around the world for the ultimate race. 7 marathons on 7 continents over the course of 7 days... 15 athletes ran the marathons back-to-back. their only time to rest was while they were flying to the next continent. the runners began their journey in antartica... where temperatures were below zero. mos says: "i'm so excited. finally, this moment has come. this is the peak moment of my life." participating runners also flew to chile, miami, spain, morocco, dubai and sydney- australia... running 26-point-2
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country. forget bumper stickers supporters of presidential candidate donald trump show their dedication in a more permanent fashion. siobhan lopez explains. his first - a portrait, of donald j. trump. 21 year old seth bailey likes the art and the price. it didn't cost him a thing. that's because bob holmes, owner of the clay dragon tattoo in seabrook and raymond announced this week he's offering free trump tattoos. it can be anything related to the republican presidential candidate, his face. which took less than an hour, or the popular campaign slogan make america great again. holmes says his shops are booked up for weeks - he even got a call from florida. the key to a trump tatt? holmes says you have to get the hair right. so what does trump think about this? in a one on one interview, nh1 one news political director paul steinhauser told him about the craze
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virtual reality! how fans of the video game mario cart-- played the game on the real
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some drivers in san francisco got to see mario kart in action! the group of friends took on lombard street with little kid cars. the street is dubbed the "crookedest street in the world". you can see mario... luigi... princess peach... and the monkey! at first it was smooth sail... until some started slipping on bananas! that does it for us for fox5 news this morning weekend edition. thank you so this morning weekend edition.
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